A physician expert in RPM discusses why the technology is so important to patient care and outcomes, and describes what needs to happen to capitalize on its promise.
Telehealth has been a big win all over the country during COVID-19, but not at Windrose Health Network. The CEO details all the reasons why virtual care has not taken off.
The organizations said the collaboration will use AstraZeneca's AMAZE disease management platform to deliver insights to clinically validate digital health solutions.
BlueJeans Telehealth enables one-click-access to video visits between patients and providers and maps user experience to clinical workflows, according to Verizon Business – helping replicate in-person office consults.
The global telehealth service can help to address the shortage of doctors serving the country’s rural areas.
But a new study found that telemedicine is still being used in surgical fields at higher rates than before the pandemic.
The Oregon health system already had telemedicine in its eight hospitals when COVID-19 struck. The pandemic demanded a change in virtual care strategy.
The state enacted a law in January requiring physicians – rather than healthcare clinic staff – to be present when a patient takes abortion-inducing medication.
The use of telehealth for behavioral health services increased more so than for any other type of healthcare during the pandemic.
Apple-backed Stanford study suggests iPhone, Apple Watch could remotely monitor heart patients' frailty
Published yesterday in PLoS ONE, the data suggests an alternative to the six-minute walk test often conducted in clinics to measure functional capacity.